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Chick Flicks

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Guest Chrysee

Looks like most of the classics are covered. Mean Girls is my favorite recent chick flick. I freakin <3 that movie. After that Lindsay Lohan became...well, what she is now.

Also, I don't see Heathers anywhere on this thread. Very much a dark comedy with chick flick elements. One of Winnona Riders best films ever imo.

What was the title?. . .Girl Interrupted? Woman Interrupted? Wynona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. I've been in hospitals just like the one in the film.

Someone mentioned My Fair Lady. Just saw it the other night for the first time since it was released. As far as I'm concerned, anything featuring Audrey Hepburn.

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Guest Jade Camp.

I may be 16, but I personally love the chick flick "bringing up baby" from 1939; so funny, and so cute!

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Guest Elena

Oh my gods, nobody has even mentioned Hope Floats, Romancing the Stone, or What Dreams May Come! I can't wait to watch those again once I do actually start HRT.

:lol: I used to drive my second wife batty with chick flicks, I would always be the one who cried too. I literally dragged her into the theaters to watch The Devil Wears Prada. She wouldn't talk to me when we got home til after she had watched Indiana Jones, as she put it to 'wash out her head'. :lol:

Sometimes it is a bit more obvious we wre meant to be girls than others ehh?



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Guest Darcie

Here's some I've recently seen or just can't help gush about!


Little Miss Sunshine

Anne of Green Gables (the whole series)

Mrs. Henderson Presents starring Judi Dench

Different for Girls (a moving performance)

MIddle Sexes: Redefining the He and She (a excellent documentary with into by Gore Vidal)

TransAmerica (brilliantly performed by Felicity Huffman)


Dark Eyes starring Marcello Mastroianni (a must own, find it used on ebay or Amazon)

Slightly off topic but I couldn't resist these super special and hardly known present day performers:

Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester (see the many wonderful YouTube videos)! A must see in person! They usually tour the states in spring. Check their site for dates.

Sister Swing (Andrew Sisters revisited with 10 pc big band, check their website for a new upcoming CD and concert schedule) Also a must see in person.

Jackie Evancho (11 year old crossover classical soprano phenom, check out her front page and click on "Angel", I guarantee you'll be bawling before the song ends)!



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Guest Darcie

Sandra Bullock - Practical Magic

Love the Merton quote!

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Guest PhoebeJoan

Some in my collection, although I dont think i've seen any chick flick in my 50 days on HRT. Revisiting some of those mentioned may be interesting.

Here's an interesting one.

Nine 1/2 weeks - 80's Mickey Rourke was possibly my first male crush(what happened mickey?!!?!), and him and kim basinger are great in this slightly dark, yet sexy film.

Bright Star is a good recent one.

Certain LGBT-themed films have always got me teary, especially Milk, A Single Man and Different for Girls.

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Guest Megan_Lynn

a walk to remmeber is one of my old time favorites but since it was already mentioned here are a few others not mentioned as of my posting..

it could happen to you

city of angels

licence to wed

the ugly truth

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Guest Tanyalynn

I may be 16, but I personally love the chick flick "bringing up baby" from 1939; so funny, and so cute!

Right on Jade- I think its the funniest movie ever made.

Me, I would be inclined to question the definition of chick flick. I love suspense films, and thrillers, and many of the best romances are in those. For Romance, regardless of what else-

Casablanca- How could anyone argue?

The Big Sleep- one of the greatest murder mysteries of all time, but hey, it was Bogie and Bacall...

Charade- Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn- a beautiful love story in the midst of my favorite Hitchcock film.

An Officer and a Gentleman- not just for us chicks, but the ending always makes me cry, and it was just a great movie.

Ghost- When Patrick Swayze finally gets to touch her- my favorite on screen kiss of all time.

and finally, one final throw in- Ghosts of Girlfriends Past- I love take offs on A Christmas Carol, and this manic Romantic Comedy is on of my favorites. Im not a huge Matthew Moconaheigh fan, but he and Michael Douglas are hysterical.

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Guest Zoe_1988

Well, I don't know if those I'll mention are considered chick flicks or not, some of them I know they are some others I'm not that sure, since I like chick flicks and action movies alike, nothing like watching men dodging bullets for me =P

Anyway, my favorite list:

Juno- With Ellen Page who was also lovely in Inception.

500 days of Summer- It's not a love story, but a story about love and I love it =D

Awake- More like a drama but the mom-son relationship, it's adorable.

Paris Je t'aime and New York I love you- Mini stories about these cities and also about different kinds of love.

Veronika decides to die- Sarah Michelle Geller is awesome in this one, I loved it for many reasons.

Just like heaven- Reese Whiterspoon is adorable in whatever movie you watch with her, but I love this one specially.

Other movies listed in the thread are great too, like Devil wears prada, I also like Miss Congeniality and Legally Blonde.

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Guest Lacey Lynne


How come nobody mentioned The Godfather II?

:poster_oops: Lacey

Just kidding ... not REALLY though. Ain't no chick flick though, THAT'S for doggone sure, but it's just about the best movie I ever saw. "Michael, we're bigger than U.S. Steel!" Actually, Meyer Lansky said that in real life. U.S. Steel was born in my hometown ... 1901 ... thank you, J.P. Morgan (fronting for The House of Rothschild in Europe) by way of Charlie Schwab to that canny old Scot, Andrew Carnegie. Oh, those days of bare-fisted capitalism. Should have seen how polluted it made my home city.

Anyway, I LOVE chick flicks!

My faves:

When Harry Met Sally / You've Got Mail

What IS it about Meg Ryan? :score:

Some AWESOME chick flicks were made in the 1950s and 1960s.

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Guest Maggie_O

In another TOPIC 'Fried Green Tomatoes" the movie, was mentioned. GREAT chick flick! When I first saw it I loved it - then I thought I understood. BUT now my brain is rewired - fueled by the proper fuel! WOW

MTF here - sorry guys

What was the one with the two witches that were sisters - Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kiddman?



i adore movies. it's a lifelong thing. i started going when i was a kid and staying in the dark theater all day as a way to hide and grew to love movies a lot that way. the "so-called" chick flicks are my favorites. sure, they are predictable, etc, but that's why i love them. something good that happens. i have lived enough real ugliness, created enough real death and destruction to last 50 lifetimes. so, in a movie i want something that can put a smile on my face. i do watch other types of movies, everything but "horror", but it's the girlie ones i love the most. maybe i just love romance and dreaming of romance.

as for the hormone angle, i don't know how i compare as far as that kind of perception. my body hasn't produced any testosterone since i was about 25, and even before that not much. i do have some female hormones as a result and a female brain. i'm mtf, just fyi. but since i love movies here's some of mine ...

most recently:

crazy, stupid, love.

friends with benefits

life as we know it

the devil wears prada

the ugly truth


no strings attached

he's just not that into you

everybody's fine

eat, pray, love

love and other drugs

letters to juliet

larry crowne

morning glory

shall we dance

soul surfer

the help

the jane austen book club

something's gotta give

as good as it gets

the witches of eastwick

my best friend's wedding

mona lisa smile

the kids are alright

vicky, christina barcelona

the rebound

kate & leopold

like water for chocolate


french kiss

IQ (odd but i liked it)

the piano

a walk in the clouds

hope floats

the english patient

the bridges of madison county

the prince of tides

father of the bride (both the old and new versions)

romeo and juliet

10 things i hate about you

on a clear day you can see forever

father goose

waterloo bridge

the way we were

barefoot in the park

funny girl

desk set

pat and mike

adam’s rib

woman of the year

guess who's coming to dinner

bringing up baby

the bishop's wife (the original)

come to the stable

it's a wonderful life

i could go on and on ... but this list isn't bad added to the other suggestions.

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